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Grayfords, Sheata Karim, London, ENGLAND

Sheata Karim

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Divorce and Family Law


Sheata is the Principal Solicitor, Solicitor-Advocate and Managing Partner of Grayfords.

She has a wealth of experience within all areas of family law and specialises in complex financial assets and international children cases.


Sheata worked across a range of reputable niche family law firms before founding Grayfords.

Over the course of her career, she has earned an excellent reputation for providing tailor-made and expert guidance to clients during challenging times of family breakdown. Sheata also has a successful record of representing high net worth clients within complex multi-jurisdictional proceedings within divorce and family breakdown.

As a Solicitor-Advocate, Sheata either advocates in court for clients herself, or sources and works with the most successful and compatible barristers for each individual case. Sheata’s direct, empathetic and tenacious approach ensures that she achieves the best possible results for her clients.

She is also passionate about providing bespoke, transparent and cost-effective advice for each and every client.

Sheata is also a recognised and well-respected family law expert, having written a number of articles for both local and national publications.  


Bengali and French


University of Manchester, BSc (Hons); Middlesex University, CPE/PgDL; College of Law (Bloomsbury), LPC; BPP, Higher Rights of Audience


Sheata enjoys travelling, baking, spending time with family

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